The VA hopes to have a quick patch for scheduling software in place as it pursues a new system.
Data centers at the Criminal Justice Information Services headquarters in Clarksburg, W.Va., could be in line for an upgrade.
The Commerce Department is looking for a CDO to carry out its vision for unlocking the potential of federal data.
Bill would open up DHS social media workgroup to more private-sector input.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
A second indictment in as many months accuses the owner of a Chinese aviation firm of selling data stolen from U.S. defense contractors to state-owned companies in China.
Only about one in four executives in a new survey said security was among the top five strategic priorities at their companies.
Everyone agrees that electronic health record systems work only when different platforms can communicate, but standards are still a work in progress.
"NIST may seek the advice of the NSA on cryptographic matters but it must be in a position to assess it and reject it when warranted,” says a report from the Visiting Committee on Advanced Technology.
New analysis from Deltek suggests that fourth-quarter agency spending could be especially strong this year.
A "frank exchange" of views between the U.S. and China yielded no concrete results on the cyber-attack front.
Software-defined environments break down the silos between network, storage and computing capabilities -- something most agencies are just beginning to explore.